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Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
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eye 288
favorite 1
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Fresh Fish Vol.10 Sep.1995 FF 1000-1100 lha per disk http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from the GNU or BSD...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 429
favorite 0
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.7 Nov/Dec.1994 http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from the GNU or BSD community. The latest...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 478
favorite 0
comment 0
Gold Fish Vol.2 CD1 November 1994 http://fish.back2roots.org/ While the Fresh Fish CDs were the successor of the Fish Disks to distribute latest additions to the library frequently, the Gold Fish CD series offered snapshots of the complete collection. Gold Fish Vol.1+2 offered the entire library in BBS ready lha archived format on one CD and in directly startable form on the other CD, which was very handy in times when disk space was very expensive. Based on feedback from users and dealers the...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 709
favorite 0
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.1 Rev.1 Oct.1993 R.1 FF 600-930 lha per disk, 600-910 unpacked http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 539
favorite 0
comment 0
Gold Fish Vol.3 November 1995 http://fish.back2roots.org/ While the Fresh Fish CDs were the successor of the Fish Disks to distribute latest additions to the library frequently, the Gold Fish CD series offered snapshots of the complete collection. Gold Fish Vol.1+2 offered the entire library in BBS ready lha archived format on one CD and in directly startable form on the other CD, which was very handy in times when disk space was very expensive. Based on feedback from users and dealers the BBS...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 413
favorite 0
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.9 CD1 Apr.1995 http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from the GNU or BSD community. The latest...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 471
favorite 0
comment 0
Gold Fish Vol.1 CD2 April 1994 http://fish.back2roots.org/ While the Fresh Fish CDs were the successor of the Fish Disks to distribute latest additions to the library frequently, the Gold Fish CD series offered snapshots of the complete collection. Gold Fish Vol.1+2 offered the entire library in BBS ready lha archived format on one CD and in directly startable form on the other CD, which was very handy in times when disk space was very expensive. Based on feedback from users and dealers the BBS...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 443
favorite 1
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.6 Sep/Oct.1994 http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from the GNU or BSD community. The latest...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
software
eye 523
favorite 0
comment 0
It was no surprise that Fred on his path as an open source coder would stumble across the GNU community. He initiated the porting of the GNU development tools (binutils, gcc and the like) to the Amiga and BeOS platforms, allowing to compile open source POSIX software on these platforms. This project was called Geek Gadgets (GG) also known as Amiga Developer Environment (ADE), which could be compared with today's Cygwin effort for the Win32 platform. Fred was hired by Be (the makers of BeOS)...
Topics: Amiga software, GNU, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 383
favorite 1
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.3 Mar/Apr.1994 FF 600-975 lha per title, 951-975 unpacked http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 511
favorite 0
comment 0
Frozen Fish Vol.2 PC Aug.1995 FF 1-1100 lha per disk, Fresh Fish 9 news http://fish.back2roots.org/ Fred's Frozen Fish CDs were targeted at BBS and FTP admins, prepared to serve the Fish collection off a CD-ROM without requiring expensive disk space in this time. The CDs contain lha archived versions of all Fish Disks plus the remaining space filled up with latest submissions to the Fresh Fish CDs. Fred also released a special version for PC BBS systems in ISO9660-1 format with 8.3 naming...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 802
favorite 0
comment 0
Frozen Fish Vol.1 Amiga Apr.1994 FF 1-1000 lha per title, Fresh Fish 1-3 news http://fish.back2roots.org/ Fred's Frozen Fish CDs were targeted at BBS and FTP admins, prepared to serve the Fish collection off a CD-ROM without requiring expensive disk space in this time. The CDs contain lha archived versions of all Fish Disks plus the remaining space filled up with latest submissions to the Fresh Fish CDs. Fred also released a special version for PC BBS systems in ISO9660-1 format with 8.3 naming...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 424
favorite 0
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.8 CD2 Jan/Feb.1995 http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from the GNU or BSD community. The latest...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 503
favorite 1
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.2 Dec.1993 FF 650-950 lha par disk, 800-950 unpacked http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from the GNU...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 354
favorite 0
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.9 CD2 Apr.1995 FF 1001-1060 lha per disk http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from the GNU or BSD...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 424
favorite 0
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.8 CD1 Jan/Feb.1995 http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from the GNU or BSD community. The latest...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 369
favorite 0
comment 0
Gold Fish Vol.2 CD2 November 1994 http://fish.back2roots.org/ While the Fresh Fish CDs were the successor of the Fish Disks to distribute latest additions to the library frequently, the Gold Fish CD series offered snapshots of the complete collection. Gold Fish Vol.1+2 offered the entire library in BBS ready lha archived format on one CD and in directly startable form on the other CD, which was very handy in times when disk space was very expensive. Based on feedback from users and dealers the...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 176
favorite 0
comment 0
It was no surprise that Fred on his path as an open source coder would stumble across the GNU community. He initiated the porting of the GNU development tools (binutils, gcc and the like) to the Amiga and BeOS platforms, allowing to compile open source POSIX software on these platforms. This project was called Geek Gadgets (GG) also known as Amiga Developer Environment (ADE), which could be compared with today's Cygwin effort for the Win32 platform. Fred was hired by Be (the makers of BeOS)...
Topics: Amiga software, GNU, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 335
favorite 1
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.5 Jul/Aug.1994 http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from the GNU or BSD community. The latest...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 410
favorite 0
comment 0
Fresh Fish Vol.4 May/Jun.1994 FF 976-1000 lha per title, 976-1000 unpacked http://fish.back2roots.org/ In late 1993 Fred himself started to release his library service both in floppy disk and CD-ROM format. His bi-monthly CDs were called Fresh Fish containing the latest submissions to the library in unpacked, directly startable form and as BBS ready lha archived versions. Additionally each CD contained latest developer material from Commodore Amiga and latest ports of open source software from...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
software
eye 1,099
favorite 0
comment 0
It was no surprise that Fred on his path as an open source coder would stumble across the GNU community. He initiated the porting of the GNU development tools (binutils, gcc and the like) to the Amiga and BeOS platforms, allowing to compile open source POSIX software on these platforms. This project was called Geek Gadgets (GG) also known as Amiga Developer Environment (ADE), which could be compared with today's Cygwin effort for the Win32 platform. Fred was hired by Be (the makers of BeOS)...
Topics: Amiga software, GNU, p.OS, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Fred Fish
software
eye 750
favorite 1
comment 0
Gold Fish Vol.1 CD1 April 1994 http://fish.back2roots.org/ While the Fresh Fish CDs were the successor of the Fish Disks to distribute latest additions to the library frequently, the Gold Fish CD series offered snapshots of the complete collection. Gold Fish Vol.1+2 offered the entire library in BBS ready lha archived format on one CD and in directly startable form on the other CD, which was very handy in times when disk space was very expensive. Based on feedback from users and dealers the BBS...
Topics: Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Danny Amor; Fred Fish
software
eye 1,066
favorite 1
comment 0
Amiga format, 1 audio track, CUE/BIN image format. 'Music and more'. A collection of 1200 mods in various formats and 2000 samples in 5 formats. http://fish.back2roots.org/
Topics: Amiga music, samples, Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Danny Amor; Fred Fish
software
eye 1,179
favorite 0
comment 0
Amiga version, No audio tracks, CUE/BIN image format. A collection of 200 font families in DMF, IntelliFont, Amiga Bitmap, Adobe, and TrueType format. http://fish.back2roots.org/
Topics: fonts, Amiga software, Fred Fish
Shareware CD-ROMs
by Eric Schwartz; Leslie Dietz; Mark Stanley; Fred Fish
software
eye 3,217
favorite 5
comment 0
Amiga version, No audio tracks, ISO image format. All of Eric's genius animations, films, 3d objects and other artwork. Includes artwork from Les Dietz and Mark Stanley.
Topics: computer artwork, Amiga software, Fred Fish